RSPB Bempton Cliffs
This amazing nature reserve is so close. Thousands of gannets nest here until October, puffins until early summer, purple sandpipers and lots more. The Yorkshire Belle sails right up under the cliffs, giving the most amazing views as you peer up at the seabirds in their nests. Sailing times are dependant on the tide;there is a short, one-hour trip up to Flamborough, and another about three hours long which goes all the way up to Filey. It is a wonderful experience, and very reasonably priced.
Bridlington Old Town
The High Street and Market Place in the Old Town are original Georgian streets, unmodernised and untouched. It was the scene for the filming of Dad's Army, still has some of the shops re-fitted in 1940's style. Every year in June it hosts a 1940's Festival, often visited by Churchill and Montgomery.
There are lots of curio shops selling quite unusual things from the past, artisan jewellers and potters and several art galleries. And because this is thirsty work, visit some of the very unusual pubs in the neighbourhood, or one of the tea shops.
The Bayley Museum is hugely interesting, as is the Priory Church, the major church in the area before dissolution.
Sewerby Hall, a large house overlooking the cliffs about twenty minutes saunter up the cliff-top path. The Land Train, which starts from outside the Leisure Centre in the centre of town, terminates there if you don't feel like walking, buy a combined ticket which includes entrance to Sewerby Hall.
Wander around the garden, visit the animal park and pettign zoo, and then take a look around the displays inside the big house.
Bridlington Spa, a wonderful Art deco building on the beach front hosts many events throughout the year, including some big name artists. It's worth keeping an eye on their calendar to see what's coming up.
There's something for everyone, from tribute bands, emerging acts and pantomime through to some of the favourite artists.
Not forgetting that it's also home to the Northern Soul Weekend at the end of June, as well. There's always a great atmosphere in Bridlington on that weekend.
There are three golf clubs in Bridlington:Bridlington Golf Course, Bridlington Bay Golf Club and Flamborough Golf Club
Burtone Agnes is the pretty little village you pass on the way through to Bridlington, with a traditional duck pond (traffic often has to stop to let them cross), and also the wonderful Burton Agnes Hall. A beautiful house with a wonderful art collection, including impressionist, textile and old family portraits.
Great cafe, interesting artisan shops and to cap it off, the undercroft of a thousand-year-old manor house, open for you to walk around.
There are events here throughout the year, usually family-oriented, such as Easter Egg hunts, Christmas Fairs and Harvest Festivals.
Well worth a visit.
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Should you be staying with us because of some special event, such as a birthday or anniversary, we would be happy to put a special gift in the room for you, such as flowers or chocolates. Simply request this 24 hours before your arrival to make sure we can provide something lovely.
Access:This three-storey house is about 100 years old, so the stairs make it unsuitable for people with limited mobility. There are no lifts or elevators to the upper floors.
There are three steps at the entrance, up to the front door.
No lavatory facilities are available on the ground floor.
The dining room is situated on the ground floor.
Payment:We accept most major debit and credit cards, cash or cheque. Cheques must be received at least seven working days prior to the arrival date.
We take a deposit on booking, equivalent to the first night's accommodation.
Cancellation Policy:By making your booking, our agreement is a legal contract and you agree to our terms and conditions.
Should your travel arrangements change you should inform us as soon as practicable to allow us to re-allocate the room(s).
If the booking is cancelled more than 7 days before the expected arrival date, your deposit will be refunded in full.
Non-availability of Accommodation:We would only cancel your stay if your accommodation was unavailable for reasons beyond our control. We would, however, attempt to find you alternative accommodation;if we were unable to find suitable accommodation our liability would not extend beyond this point.
Damages and Breakages:Please take care when staying with us. You are responsible and liable for any breakages or damages which you cause to the accommodation or its contents. We ask is that you do report any incidents when they occur. We do not normally charge for minor breakages, but we may charge you for repair or making good if the damage or breakage is significant.
Liability:We do not accept any liability for any damage, loss or injury to any member of your party or any vehicles or possessions, unless proven to be caused by a negligent act by ourselves or our employees or contractors whilst acting in the course of employment.
Special dietary requirements:Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free alternatives are always available, but, because we use separate utensils and equipment for these, we do ask that you let us know when booking so that we can have it all ready for your breakfast.
Animals:We feel that your pets will be happier in a familiar setting, so do not allow them in this house.
Booking in and out:Your rooms will be ready for you by 2pm. If you would like to arrive earlier, let us know when booking. We do ask that you book in by 8pm;again, if this is not possible please just let us know.
Booking out is by 10am, unless a prior arrangement has been made.
Parking:On-street is available outside the house, and we will give you a free parking permit for the duration of your stay.
Cyclists:Storage is provided in large, padlocked lockers. Please let us know when booking if you would like to use this.
Filtered water and ice are kept to refill your water bottles.